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Archive for January, 2014

Your local dealership has probably already started marketing their “First Sale of The Year” events for 2014 and are waiting for you to take the bait and come in. They want you to finance a new vehicle with them and pay the prices they put on the stickers. But with a little research and preparedness, you can find the true dealer costs and get a stellar deal on a new vehicle.

1) Financing – Every dealership wants you to use their finance team to get approved for an auto loan. They will seduce you with no-hassle offers and low interest rates, but be wary. Dealerships work with many lenders and receive commissions on your business if you finance with them. Instead of financing when you get to the dealership, stop by your bank or Credit Union and get pre-approved if possible. His can instantly save you hundreds to thousands of dollars.

2) Sticker Price – Many people do not realize that the sticker price on a vehicle is a starting point for negotiations on their terms. Don’t be fooled with their inflated prices and find out what the bottom line price at TrueDealerCost.com. Then take your price quote to them and begin the negotiations on your terms.

3) Dealer Rebates and Incentives – After you receive the lowest price from TrueDealerCost.com, make sure you check out the dealer rebates and incentives that are offered by the manufacturer. These can save you hundreds or thousands of dollars as well. Don’t neglect this step.

Take these three steps and save money on a new vehicle today!

Date: January 27th, 2014


I’m sure you’ve seen the vehicle television and radio advertisements that offer you everything under the sun to get you to come into their dealership. Low finance rates, low initial down payments, or even 0% financing are everywhere enticing you to join the group. Well, buyer beware because some of these techniques have been proven illegal ways to advertise to potential car buyers.

Deceptive Pricing
Be sure you write down the advertised price and get free quotes from TrueDealerCost.com to make sure your dealership makes good on their ads.

Deceptive Teaser Payments
Some dealerships have been offering very low monthly prices for an initial period, but spike the prices later on in your term. Make sure you know if your payments stay the same or increase.

False $0 up-front leasing claims
Some companies were advertising that consumers wouldn’t have to pay anything up front to lease a car. This may not be the case and needs to be clarified with your dealer.

Undisclosed balloon payments
Watch out for dealers who advertised low monthly payments without clearly disclosing that buyers would owe a final balloon payment.

Hidden Rates
Dealers are claiming to offer 0% for 60 months on many new vehicles. But as it turned out, the rate may applied only if people bought a new car for up to a certain dollar amount.

Remember to always get your quotes from TrueDealerCost.com for the lowest price quotes in your area!

Date: January 21st, 2014





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